Zachary Quinto brought restaurant host ‘to tears’ and made diners ‘uncomfortable’

Star Trek actor Zachary Quinto was kicked out by the owners of a restaurant he frequented after allegedly making a member of staff cry.

The owners of Manita in Toronto called the actor an “entitled kid” on social media after he dined at their restaurant.

Quinta allegedly made other guests “uncomfortable” and behaved so badly that he made the restaurant’s host cry.

A statement uploaded to the restaurant’s Instagram stories read: “Zachary Quinto – amazing Spock but terrible customer.”

“He screamed at our staff like an entitled child after not responding to two texts to let him know his table was ready and refused to believe that empty tables in the dining room were not available for him despite was politely informed that they had been ordered.”

“It made our host cry and made the rest of our dinners uncomfortable. Mr. Quinto, take your bad vibes somewhere else, we’ve had a lot of lovely celebs join us at Manita, but you are NOT one of them,” the company concluded.

Meanwhile, Quinto and boyfriend Miles McMillan recently went their separate ways, People confirmed.

“They parted ways amicably earlier this year,” a source said last month.

The news comes after the two were spotted arriving at separate Oscars after-parties.

Quinto attended the Vanity Fair Oscar party, while McMillan, 29, stopped by an Elton John concert.

The couple were first seen together in 2013 and made their relationship official in August of that year. In 2015, they moved into an apartment in New York together.

Quinto is set to return to television screens later this year when NBC premieres his latest medical drama.

The actor leads the cast of dr. Wolf as the main character, described as a “revolutionary, larger-than-life neuroscientist, as he and his team of interns explore the last great frontier – the human mind – while grappling with their own. relationships and mental health.”

In addition to Quint, the series stars Tamberla Perry, Ashleigh LaThrop, Alexander MacNicoll, Aury Krebs, Spence Moore II and Teddy Sears.

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